Bentley University is a place for successful leaders who set out to create positive change in communities, organizations and the world. At Bentley, we believe in doing business and doing good at the same time.
The Office of Sustainability's mission is to mobilize sustainable leadership in business by educating students on the business imperative of the "triple-bottom line" -- considering the social and environmental impacts of business decisions along with the economic results. By modeling sustainable organizational operations and providing students with experiential learning opportunities, the Office of Sustainability aims to both set an example for sustainable business practices and prepare students for work in today's business world.
Named one of the most "environmentally responsible" colleges in the country by the Princeton Review, Bentley is finding innovative ways to reduce its carbon footprint while continuing to support the top-rated resources the campus has to offer. As part of this work, the Office of Sustainability explores, discusses and educates the campus community on the intersectionality of social justice, racial justice and climate justice.
Collaboration and enthusiasm among students, faculty and staff alike ensures that Bentley's sustainability efforts are not simply actions of a small group of administrators, but the accomplishments of the entire community.
Modeling sustainable operations.
Supporting sustainability teaching in the classroom.
Partnering with the business community to expand career opportunities for Bentley’s graduates.
The Delongchamp Family Fund supports undergraduates wishing to explore professional and co-curricular opportunities focused on sustainability. Students can apply for funds to attend a conference or networking event, take an unpaid internship, or work on a campus project related to sustainability.